Thunderous cheers claimed the perfect end of Wushu in the second race day of the Sport Combat Games 2010 Beijing.
2:0 witnessed the overwhelming victory of Chinese woman athlete E Meidie against Turkey’s Aysegol Behlivan in Women’s Sanshou 52kg Final. The brisk pace and offensive hit ensured Chinese team got the first Wushu Sanshou gold medal, which horned the beginning of the gold wave of China’s winning.
|E Meidie (R) won Women's Sanshou 52kg Final|
In Women’s Sanshou 60kg Final, absolute strength and perfect mentality presented by WANG Guixian heard the splendid Chinese anthem resounding in OSCG. Though losing the game, silver winner French athlete Aurélie Nicole was quite excited and gave a friendly hug to her opponent with French national flag covered on her shoulder, which won a lot of cheers.”
Chinese Sanshou hurricane still blew strongly in the Men’s Sanshou 56kg Final. LI Minghai’s vigorous but not aimless offence forced the retreat of Russian player Sait Hairulaev. The final score is 2:0 infavor of LI Haiming.
Men’s Sanshou 70kg Final was the most thrilling game in the morning. The tenacious spirit helped Macao’s Cai Liangcan win the first round. However, the stamina dragged the game to the third round. Spectators’ cheers weakened Russia’s Ismall Aliev momentum and secured the final score of 2:1 infavor of CAI.
The last gold medal of Chinese athlete XU Jiaheng called a happy ending of today’s performance. His opponent, Hamidreza Gholipour from Iran, was defeated by XU’s efficient offence and smooth coherence in Men’s Sanshou 85kg Final, which carved the name of Chinain the gold list of Wushu.